Haley Guetter – M.S.
Haley provides individual, couple, and family therapy. She believes change occurs relationally through the guide and experience of emotion within the refuge of the therapeutic space and secure attachments. She believes growth and healing occur when emotions are brought to full expression, fears are voiced, truths are heard, and people are seen and loved for exactly who they are in the here-and-now.
Haley takes a systemic, experiential, and attachment-based approach to therapy using creativity in sessions to adapt modalities and interventions to each individual client to meet their specific needs/situations to be successful. Haley has a special interest in working with teenagers, adults, older adults, couples, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, caregiver stress, terminal illness, grief/loss, life transitions, spiritual searching, meaninglessness, and relational conflict or disconnection. In addition, she is a certified prepare/enrich facilitator and enjoys working with couples interested in premarital counseling.
- M.S. - St. Cloud State University
- B.A. - University of Minnesota, Duluth
- Minnesota Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
- American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
- Psi Chi (2013-2014)
- Bridging Hope Counseling